Question about 1995 Acura Integra Coupe
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how can idle surge and the tachometer is steady.
that make my hair stand on end. (2 failures)?
surge is caused by the below things
1: ISC out of control or ECU in limphome mode, CEL glowing all the time.
2: engine, fueling wrong, lean, or gross misfire (spark bad)
3: EGR valve stuck open.
ever do a 60k mile tune up, ever. if not why not to it now.?
spark parts , filters?
1: does car drive perfectly
2: fresh fuel not 3 years old.
3: gets normal MPG, ?????
4: is it a daily driver. not sitting long periods, ?
if the tacho, does in fact not reflect true RPM at all times
id like to know that. its very bad,
did the tacho work before? and how long ago.
in any case check all fuses shown in the glove box owners manual
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: threads to spark plug stuck
Spray a good penetrating oil at the base of the plug. I use PB Blaster. Slowly try working the plug loose. I like to start the engine and let run for a minute so the head gets hot and spray the lubricant and while the head is still warm, try to remove the stuck plug. By getting the head warm, it allows the aluminum to expand a little.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
easy jump start the car to see if its the battery or the altinator. then take off the RED cable to the battery only. if it keeps running its your battery. if it shuts off its the altinator.OR when you jump start the car and you take the cable off and the car shuts down its the altinator. it take 12 volts to lite a bulb it takes 1200 amp to start a car BIG diffence well i hope this helps
Posted on May 09, 2009
This happened to me on a 95 Integra GSR and the entire starter did not need to be replaced, just the solenoid pieces. They get old and worn down and the plunger no longer makes a good connection with them, hence the "click". Replace the solenoid panels and sand the plunger and your good as new. You can find instructions for this on the net, just do a search for it.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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